Angola: Portugal’s OPCA wants turnover of 600 million euros in Angola in 2009

20 October 2008

Luanda, Angola, 20 Oct – Portuguese construction company Obras Públicas e Cimento Armado (OPCA) plans to have total turnover from Angolan business in 2009 of 600 million euros, the company’s sales director for real estate, JOsé Cruz said in Luanda Sunday.

Speaking to Angolan news agency Angop, about taking part in the 6th Edition of the International Construction and Safety Fair, Cruz said the company was interested in increasing its turnover and investment, and that was at the fair to increase OPCA’s visibility in the Angolan market.

OPCA has been in the Portuguese market for 75 years and in the Angolan market since 1992 and has several projects underway in Angola, such as construction of infrastructures in downtown Luanda, as well as other real estate projects.

It also has projects underway in the provinces of Luanda, Benguela, Namibe, Huíla, and Cabinda where it already has the human resources and equipment needed to carry them out.

“The company has also worked on the Moçâmedes railroad, on the Okoporolo river, to contain the water during the rainy season, a large projects, which began four years ago,” said Cruz.